Are Takeaway Coffee Cups Recyclable?

A study from the University of Victoria in Canada created a 'break-even' matrix for the energy inputs in production of disposable paper cups compared with reusable plastic, glass and ceramic cups. It found that you would need to use a glass reusable cup 15 times before it becomes equally energy efficient to a paper cup.

Do I bake my cupcakes with the paper cups in the tins??

No, you can use the paper cups or you can use foil cups. They do not burn. I've used them before

How can I get the buyers for paper cups in India?

Probably use the strongest mode of communication. THE GREAT INTERNET

Can I Bake Cupcakes Without Paper Cups?

if you need them to remain fresh till your party, youre better off buying those paper wrappers. In a pinch, you can spray the muffin tins with spray oil and bake them but you run the risk of some of the cupcakes breaking when you remove them from the pan.

Cupcakes recipe without Paper Cups?

just use shortening on your muffin pan

Is it considered impolite to bring nothing but a bottle of soda and paper cups to a potluck, and still help yourself to full plates of what others have cooked or paid more money for?

A pot luck is just that, a plate of food, but if you are going to bring drinks, it should be more than just one bottle

Does using paper cups and bags in fastfood really help?

well u r reuseing rite

an you just only use paper cups for cupcakes instead of using the pan itself?

there is a good chance that if you do not have a 9 x 13 pan with 2 inch high sides to place all the cupcake papers together tightly in, then the batter will push the papers out and they will make a mess. Put the papers tightly together in the pan and then put the batter in them, good luck. Icing: 1/2 cup softened butter, 8 oz of softened brick cream cheese, 5 cups of icing sugar, 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Mix all together with a wooden spoon or an electric mixer on low.

How do you know what paper cups to recycle?

there made of paper? idkk

When baking cupcakes, how much batter do you put in the paper cups?

fill the cup a third of the way up

do coffee spots(starbucks,etc.)allow ppl to bring mugs so that we can save paper cups?

Yup, they sure do. Most coffee shops actually encourage it. They will probably charge you for the size that most closely matches your mug. And for shopping, the most earth-friendly way is the canvas tote. Before I had totes, I would bring my own plastic and paper shopping bags from previous trips and just reuse them until they were too worn out. We shop at a grocery store where you do your own bagging, so the concept was not too ridiculous.

is there any hydrophobic material to be used on paper cups? [closed]

The paper cups I have seen already have wax on the inside to prevent water from soaking the paper

do you need to put paper cups in a muffin tray when you want to bake cupcakes?

No, you are never required to use the little baking cups, but make sure your muffin tin is well greased inside the cups or you may have quite a bit of trouble extracting your cupcakes

Can paper plates, paper towels, paper cups, and plastic silverwear be recycled? I usually throw this away.?

As long as it's clean/dry all of the above is re-recyclable

what experiment can i do with 2 paper cups?

Two cups, a length of string; and you got a telephone. Two cups balanced on the end of a popcycle stick, can be a measuring scale, or on a pencil point act like a wind rotor.

why cant paper cups and plates b recycled?

they can be unless they have food that cant be gotten off. Who told you this?

Where can you buy SHALLOW plastic or paper cups to make jello shots with?

i am not sure, but try a party store or a drugstore

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Renormalization Group Invariant Objects of a Quantum Field Theory
Renormalization Group Invariant Objects of a Quantum Field Theory
Renormalization group invariant objects of a quantum field theorybeginequation beginsplit fracd(g_bmu^epsilon)dlogmu^2&=fracmu2fracd(g_bmu^epsilon)dmu &=fracmu2left[mu^epsilonfracdg_bdmug_bfracdmu^epsilondmuight] endsplit endequation By definition, the bare coupling does not depend on the renormalization scale $mu$. Hence beginequation fracd(g_bmu^epsilon)dlogmu^2=fracepsilon g_b2mu^epsilon, endequation which vanishes as $epsilonightarrow 0$.Edit: Notice that the authors define beginequation a_B=Z_as a_s, endequation where $a_B$ is the bare coupling and $a_s$ is the renormalized coupling, with beginequation a_sequivfracg(mu^2)16pi^2. endequation In order to keep the coupling $g$ dimensionless in dimensional regularization, we must introduce the dimensionfull quantity $mu$, so that in $d=4-2epsilon$ dimensions we have beginequation gightarrow mu^epsilong, endequation or beginequation a_sightarrow mu^2epsilona_s. endequation Hence beginequation a_Bmu^2epsilon=Z_asa_smu^2epsilon. endequation Ordinarily (in my experience) we conclude that the bare coupling itself is invariant under the renormalization group flow because we have already included the scale $mu$ in its definition, i.e. beginequation a_B=Z_asa_smu^2epsilon. endequation However, based on the author's convention, we must include the scale $mu$ on both sides of this equation. Now that we have ensured that the dimensions will be preserved, we can say that beginequation fracd(a_Bmu^2epsilon)dlogmu^2=0. endequation— — — — — —Momentum eigenstates in an interacting quantum field theoryI am thinking about this too. I decided on the following. The one particle states we are talking about are always one particle states of the Full interacting theory. Therefore, the in field operators are not operators of the free theory. They are just the field operators at t -> inf. They are still very much operators of the full theory, acting on states in the Hilbert space of the full theory. However, the infield operators have the property of satisfying the Klein-Gordon equation. So actually the single particle states are created by them. When you hit a single particle state with an infield operator you just create or destroy 1 particle. Bear in mind this is all happening in the full interaction theory Hilbert space. We are not going back and forth between free and interacting theory!What happens when you use a field operator (not infield, just plain old phi) to act on single particle states? You get a mess, the state becomes a superposition of many particles. Even though that happens, eqn 16. 36 still becomes zero, because it just relies on the fact that the single particle states are momentum states on the mass shell (p2 - m2 = 0), and some properties of the P operator (of the full theory).So in summary, all the states, operators and fields (including infields) are of the Full theory. There is no contradiction!One thing Im struggling to see is why in the interacting theory, you need to rescale the fields. Its easy to get lost in the long chain of arguments. Is there an example or analogy from perturbation theory of single particle QM?— — — — — —Quantum field theoryQuantization of the electromagnetic fieldIn 1910, Peter Debye derived Planck's law of black-body radiation from a relatively simple assumption. He decomposed the electromagnetic field in a cavity into its Fourier modes, and assumed that the energy in any mode was an integer multiple of h displaystyle hu , where displaystyle u is the frequency of the electromagnetic mode. Planck's law of black-body radiation follows immediately as a geometric sum. However, Debye's approach failed to give the correct formula for the energy fluctuations of black-body radiation, which were derived by Einstein in 1909. In 1925, Born, Heisenberg and Jordan reinterpreted Debye's concept in a key way. As may be shown classically, the Fourier modes of the electromagnetic field-a complete set of electromagnetic plane waves indexed by their wave vector k and polarization state-are equivalent to a set of uncoupled simple harmonic oscillators. Treated quantum mechanically, the energy levels of such oscillators are known to be E = n h displaystyle E=nhu , where displaystyle u is the oscillator frequency. The key new step was to identify an electromagnetic mode with energy E = n h displaystyle E=nhu as a state with n displaystyle n photons, each of energy h displaystyle hu . This approach gives the correct energy fluctuation formula. Dirac took this one step further. He treated the interaction between a charge and an electromagnetic field as a small perturbation that induces transitions in the photon states, changing the numbers of photons in the modes, while conserving energy and momentum overall. Dirac was able to derive Einstein's A i j displaystyle A_ij and B i j displaystyle B_ij coefficients from first principles, and showed that the Bose-Einstein statistics of photons is a natural consequence of quantizing the electromagnetic field correctly (Bose's reasoning went in the opposite direction; he derived Planck's law of black-body radiation by assuming B-E statistics). In Dirac's time, it was not yet known that all bosons, including photons, must obey Bose-Einstein statistics. Dirac's second-order perturbation theory can involve virtual photons, transient intermediate states of the electromagnetic field; the static electric and magnetic interactions are mediated by such virtual photons. In such quantum field theories, the probability amplitude of observable events is calculated by summing over all possible intermediate steps, even ones that are unphysical; hence, virtual photons are not constrained to satisfy E = p c displaystyle E=pc , and may have extra polarization states; depending on the gauge used, virtual photons may have three or four polarization states, instead of the two states of real photons. Although these transient virtual photons can never be observed, they contribute measurably to the probabilities of observable events. Indeed, such second-order and higher-order perturbation calculations can give apparently infinite contributions to the sum. Such unphysical results are corrected for using the technique of renormalization. Other virtual particles may contribute to the summation as well; for example, two photons may interact indirectly through virtual electron-positron pairs. Such photon-photon scattering (see two-photon physics), as well as electron-photon scattering, is meant to be one of the modes of operations of the planned particle accelerator, the International Linear Collider. In modern physics notation, the quantum state of the electromagnetic field is written as a Fock state, a tensor product of the states for each electromagnetic mode | n k 0 | n k 1 | n k n ... displaystyle |n_k_0angle otimes |n_k_1angle otimes dots otimes |n_k_nangle dots where | n k i displaystyle |n_k_iangle represents the state in which n k i displaystyle ,n_k_i photons are in the mode k i displaystyle k_i . In this notation, the creation of a new photon in mode k i displaystyle k_i (e.g., emitted from an atomic transition) is written as | n k i | n k i 1 displaystyle |n_k_iangle ightarrow |n_k_i1angle . This notation merely expresses the concept of Born, Heisenberg and Jordan described above, and does not add any physics. As a gauge bosonThe electromagnetic field can be understood as a gauge field, i.e., as a field that results from requiring that a gauge symmetry holds independently at every position in spacetime. For the electromagnetic field, this gauge symmetry is the Abelian U(1) symmetry of complex numbers of absolute value 1, which reflects the ability to vary the phase of a complex field without affecting observables or real valued functions made from it, such as the energy or the Lagrangian. The quanta of an Abelian gauge field must be massless, uncharged bosons, as long as the symmetry is not broken; hence, the photon is predicted to be massless, and to have zero electric charge and integer spin. The particular form of the electromagnetic interaction specifies that the photon must have spin 1; thus, its helicity must be displaystyle pm hbar . These two spin components correspond to the classical concepts of right-handed and left-handed circularly polarized light. However, the transient virtual photons of quantum electrodynamics may also adopt unphysical polarization states. In the prevailing Standard Model of physics, the photon is one of four gauge bosons in the electroweak interaction; the other three are denoted W, W and Z0 and are responsible for the weak interaction. Unlike the photon, these gauge bosons have mass, owing to a mechanism that breaks their SU(2) gauge symmetry. The unification of the photon with W and Z gauge bosons in the electroweak interaction was accomplished by Sheldon Glashow, Abdus Salam and Steven Weinberg, for which they were awarded the 1979 Nobel Prize in physics. Physicists continue to hypothesize grand unified theories that connect these four gauge bosons with the eight gluon gauge bosons of quantum chromodynamics; however, key predictions of these theories, such as proton decay, have not been observed experimentally. Hadronic propertiesMeasurements of the interaction between energetic photons and hadrons show that the interaction is much more intense than expected by the interaction of merely photons with the hadron's electric charge. Furthermore, the interaction of energetic photons with protons is similar to the interaction of photons with neutrons in spite of the fact that the electric charge structures of protons and neutrons are substantially different. A theory called Vector Meson Dominance (VMD) was developed to explain this effect. According to VMD, the photon is a superposition of the pure electromagnetic photon which interacts only with electric charges and vector mesons. However, if experimentally probed at very short distances, the intrinsic structure of the photon is recognized as a flux of quark and gluon components, quasi-free according to asymptotic freedom in QCD and described by the photon structure function. A comprehensive comparison of data with theoretical predictions was presented in a review in 2000. Contributions to the mass of a systemThe energy of a system that emits a photon is decreased by the energy E displaystyle E of the photon as measured in the rest frame of the emitting system, which may result in a reduction in mass in the amount E / c 2 displaystyle E/c^2 . Similarly, the mass of a system that absorbs a photon is increased by a corresponding amount. As an application, the energy balance of nuclear reactions involving photons is commonly written in terms of the masses of the nuclei involved, and terms of the form E / c 2 displaystyle E/c^2 for the gamma photons (and for other relevant energies, such as the recoil energy of nuclei). This concept is applied in key predictions of quantum electrodynamics (QED, see above). In that theory, the mass of electrons (or, more generally, leptons) is modified by including the mass contributions of virtual photons, in a technique known as renormalization. Such "radiative corrections" contribute to a number of predictions of QED, such as the magnetic dipole moment of leptons, the Lamb shift, and the hyperfine structure of bound lepton pairs, such as muonium and positronium. Since photons contribute to the stress-energy tensor, they exert a gravitational attraction on other objects, according to the theory of general relativity. Conversely, photons are themselves affected by gravity; their normally straight trajectories may be bent by warped spacetime, as in gravitational lensing, and their frequencies may be lowered by moving to a higher gravitational potential, as in the Pound-Rebka experiment. However, these effects are not specific to photons; exactly the same effects would be predicted for classical electromagnetic waves.
Five American School Children Were Sent Home For?
Five American School Children Were Sent Home For?
Five American school children were sent home for?I wonder how many people realize American troops Fought alongside The Mexican troops against the FRENCH army resulting in the Holiday that is Cinco De Mayo? Maybe we Should put that fun fact on a T-Shirt for next so at least everyone knows what they are so pissy about. Thanks A lot Napoleon.— — — — — —Why are some people opposed to a free lunch for elementary school children?by doing so we teach children there will be free stuff the rest of their lives.a fat man in a red suit will bring then 400 dollar cell phones on 25 december.that with only a dollar they can win a million bucks on the lottery. . they look in their mailbox and see they are runner up in Ed Mc Mans publishers clearing house.they get calls that they won exotic vacations and believe it.,they begin to think that they need not learn a trade and work because they can stand along a street to stop cars and get free money to buy pot or crack. then they decide that others are responsible for their upkeep— — — — — —Do you think home schooling or virtual education is better than the traditional or brick and mortar school for children?Both home schooling and traditional schools have pluses and minuses. If all things are equal, meaning the teachers in both cases are competent, then home schooling is better.Your child gets one on one attentionYour child only spends 3 hrs a day doing "school"Your child is much more engaged in the real world by being out and about. Field trips are a regular occurrenceThey can sleep past 6amWhen the weather is bad, you do not need to skip classesWhen the weather is good, you CAN skip classesMy daughter loves home schooling. We do belong to a co-op so she gets plenty of social interaction with her peers. We've talked about maybe her trying traditional school but when we get to the 8 hr school day she's "nope" lol. Do not be afraid to consider home schooling. It's a wonderful thing— — — — — —Children's sci-fi story about a group of British(?) school children who find an alien animalI think that you are thinking of The Moonball, by Ursula Moray Williams. I remember the scene where the Moonball is cut open and grows tremendously in size.Summary from Kirkus Reviews:A round hairy object--no legs, no ears, no tail, no eyes, not even a heart beating--appears on the cricket field after a sudden, terrifying storm, and the children dub it moonball--a useful appellation which is part identification, part imagination. But moonball is more than it first appears--it is the minimum animal, sensibility objectified. In their efforts to save it from an overbearing, fatuous scientist, the children discover its "strange, funny ways, odd endearments, its comfort and its beauty." They are happier, less fractious, and one boy, Freddie the Nipper, "a kind of Huckleberry Finn," is relieved of his rebellious stance and reunited with his father. As symbol, moonball is the familiar magic stone or magic key; but as object it is touching in its tenderness, awful in its fury, hilarious in its calculated contrariness. The quick characterization of individuals minimizes identification and the deep-rooted descriptive style demands close attention, but the substance will sustain the serious reader who can be persuaded to try a book that is bigger than its size— — — — — —math circles video lectures for school children?Mathvids.com has some interesting videos on Algebra, Trigonometry and Statistics.MIT Open Course Ware has a nice collection of lectures on Single-Variable Calculus— — — — — —need ideas for pre-school children age ideas for activities on growing?I used to have a project box when my kids were little. It was filled with sequins, colored pipe cleaners, colored paper, paste, scissors, wooden shapes, felt, etc. and I would pull it out on rainy days or when I had a babysitter or when they were just bored and they would be creative and occupied for hours.— — — — — —Schooling children with disability today (just wandering)?I graduated from top institution 25 years in the past, and disabled children did not even pass to institution within the identical structures as we did. I used to be fortunate, despite the fact that. One of my cousins is autistic and I additionally babysat a huge form of youngsters with quite a lot of problems. Deaf, blind, down's syndrome, and others. I feel when you consider that of my cousin I used to be uniquely ready to manage those different youngsters as participants and paintings with them to achieve something had to be performed within the direction of the sitting. (For illustration I can not fairly realise or use ASL, just a few indicators, however I used to be nonetheless equipped to permit the deaf youngsters I watched understand that it used to be time to consume, or take a tub, or pass to mattress, and so forth. I bear in mind them fondly when you consider that they have been mischevious little stinkers. They did not fairly misbehave however they cherished to play pranks and giggled like maniacs at any time when they placed some thing over on me.) Anyway, one in every of my grandsons is autistic and a different has Asperger's. I am fairly in view that writing my possess kid's guide approximately it, when you consider that I am concerned approximately what is going to occur while Aidan (with Autism) begins kindergarten. Kaleb (has Asperger's) will likely be within the moment grade this yr and he is had an excessively, very difficult time adjusting. I feel that a few concentration schooling might aid them significantly. I understand I've labored with all of my grandchildren on being mindful of different humans and why they would act in a different way than you assume considering that they have been very younger
What Do You Mean by Quality Product and Quality Service?
What Do You Mean by Quality Product and Quality Service?
What do you mean by quality product and quality service?the good which a company can produce and the costumer or consumers are satisfied to it. And which meet to it standard level and all the quality management process are apply by them such is quality planning, quality control and quality improvement— — — — — —Support and Quality ControlIn the two large regions of Canterbury and Auckland, local networks of OSCAR service providers have secured an agreement to receive funding directly, thus being able to employ their own OSCAR advisers. Regional networks (OSCN in Auckland and The Christchurch OSCAR Network in Canterbury) the advisers report on service delivery to the OSCAR Foundation. The OSCAR Foundation, formally the national body went into liquidation in May 2012.— — — — — —How do products like the overheating Snapdragon CPU make it through quality control?There is no good reason to think that Qualcomm's QC people did not detect the problem. It's what you do about it that is the problem. That there is or ever was a problem is denied by Qualcomm, some users and some independent testers.High performance ICs generate substantial thermal output and all things being equal , output increases approximately linearly with throughput (as a major factor in energy loss is related to capacitive node charge / discharge, with energy dissipation being proportional to switching cycles per second).In new device aimed at being near the front in a competitive market, the manufacturer may strive for raw output first and efficiencies second. Temperature relates to both thermal output and the ability to handle the heat. A device that is pushed towards the upper limits of a technology may be less efficient and require the device user to take more extensive efforts to cool it. In the finite space available 'corners may be cut'. Some manufacturers (eg Samsung) have gone to newer lower lithographic width devices to achieve the needed efficiencies. Qualcomm chose not to and as the devices are made by a third party, the drive to be faster sooner apparently swamped the awareness of the need to be better cooled. Some prospective users have addressed the problem by "baling out". Others by denying the problem exists as long as possible and then "writing software" to fix it. This is no doubt a painful learning experience. The project manager is unlikely to have the same problem again as (one can guess) he probably now works somewhere else, and Qualcomm will no doubt take greater notice of their QC department.The "answer" very much deep-ends on who you believe. I am not an expert at all on this. I asked Google - and found that a lot of people are not experts but there does seem to be at least one good looking answer available as to what is really happening. It seems they pushed too far too fast, used a fab house who was good but not as good as their cooperative opposition (Samsung) and allowed themselves to be less 'hands on' over the results until too late. (Almost*) ALL multicore processors in top end phones run into thermal speed limiting with time. Some limit more than others. The 810 is worst than most. (The Snapdragon 801 in eg the HTC One M8 at 2.3 Ghz seems to be an exception to the general rule). The following does not so much advise "how" but rather what did or did not happen and how transparent people were about it and what is really happening and when it was known. The following are almost in 'order I found them'. I could have reordered by date but its interesting to see that the date and what is said largely do not correlate well. Here on May 6th Qualcomm deny that there is a problem in commercial products, as opposed to preproduction prototypes.Here on April 4th various user and manufacturere's spkesmen are being less than traansparent.Here on June 15th . Sony are claimed to have admitted to problems with the 810 in their Z3 after users demonstrated the ability to crash it by recording video. Sony advice a software fix will be provided. A software fix is a rather suspect way of fixing thermal issues. Here on January 29th Qualcomm adumbrate that Samsung had decided not to use the 810 and to use an internal Samsung processor instead.BUT on April 3oth the same source Qualcomm indicate that samsung may manufacture the snapdragon for the in future, and they say a decisin by LG to use a qualcomm hex core processor instead of the octal core snapdragon was made a year ago and is not due to any overheating issues and probably says that they will limit power use by reducing processing speeds for selected applicaations (where selected might mean "all". . And/but on Feb 5th it is advised here that there never was a problem and BESIDES it has already been fixed, maybe.Which leads to the Best picture you will get, probably:Fairly definitively, on Feb 24th here some actual thermal tests. Nice time versus processor speed tests for range of processors. What happened? Qualcomm pushed things a bit far. the processor was made for them by TSMC in Taiwan. The device uses a number of ARM Cortex cores. How these are implemented varies with manufacturer. Samsung are using a smaller transistor process than TSMC. The smaller lower power process is really needed. They say:AND just to add balance, on March 2nd, these people - "SemiAccurate" - say there is no problem never was a problem, it's all made up and here are the lab tests to prove it. They claim to have investigated in depth and it was essentially a FUD campaign by a Korean phone manufacturer whose name begins with Samsung. I liked the time/temperature graphs.
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